Since the summer of 2020, the use of hashtags to signal the support of communities impacted by structural racism is no longer the limit that organizations will go.
A Multi-Racial Collaborative Brings Together Leaders and Communities of Color to Advance Racial Justice on Local and National Levels
For too long, communities of color have been harmed by narratives that divide rather than unify. These stories are perpetuated by systems of White supremacy to keep communities at odds, such as the falsehoods that immigrants steal jobs, Black people are criminals, and all people of color should aspire to be like Asian Americans.
Public Agencies are Driving Equity in All Transportation Policy Decisions, Acknowledging More Work Must Be Done
Decisions in the transportation field have often harmed Black [...]
Commissioned by The W.K. Kellogg Foundation (WKKF) and developed [...]
Resistance is a natural human response to change. As [...]
Three Ways Community-Based Organizations Can Support Youth Returning to School in the Face of the Growing Concerns around the COVID-19 Pandemic
Learn how your CBO can help address the safety and security of students as they return to school.
Four passionate and committed organizers working on different types [...]
Friends and Colleagues, “Democracy is not a state. It [...]
The disparities we witness in economic, social, and health [...]
Philanthropy has long recognized the importance of engaging and [...]
Community Science participated in its biannual day of service [...]
As part of our recognition of National Minority Health [...]